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I grew up in Minnesota and spent a dozen years in New England working aboard three USN submarines. Returning to Minnesota I worked in the insurance and finance industry until an offer too good to turn down appeared in telecommunications. I visited California 2001 and soon visited Colombia, South America. Paradise Found!I first began working network marketing companies twenty years ago. The tax savings alone gave me hundreds of extra dollars every month. I became a master of scripted sales and it was worth the training.
Ten years ago I purchased tens of thousands of leads a day sorting through them looking for gold. I read everyone's ideas, took all the courses and read all the books. 5 years later I stopped buying leads and learned adwords to find prospects. No better or any cheaper than purchased leads.
Offering people an opportunity, no matter how it is structured, is a sales script. I began studying successful networkers in earnest late in 2007. Much is written and condensed and easily available today using any search engine. I began looking at the individuals themselves, the autobiography being much different than the biography.
Call me for the road map to residual income anyone can do working 8-15 hours a week where in 10 years, 10 months or 10 weeks you can have all. My Email works too. Look over my links and I will keep your comments if they make a difference. Being yourself and being the best you, you can be, must be one of your first priorities.
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